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For parsing running SGE jobs

Project Description

Simple python module for parsing the output of SGE qstat. There is only one top level function: get_jobs which returns a list of dictionaries of currently queued (running or waiting) jobs.

Requirements

The only requirements are Python version 2.7+ or 3.3+. All code uses the standard library. The binary qstat must be available and in your $PATH.

Example

>>> from sgeparse import get_jobs
>>> jobs = get_jobs()
>>> # => {"name": "jobname", "owner": "me", ... }

The user argument can be used to specify which user to query:

>>> from sgeparse import get_jobs
>>> jobs = get_jobs(user='nobody')
>>> # => {"name": "jobname", "owner": "nobody", ... }

Available keys

  • job_number
  • priority
  • name
  • owner
  • state
  • start_time
  • queue
  • host
  • slots
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0.0.2

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0.0.1

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